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I have been working at Admiral Recruitment full-time (More than a year)
Always looking forward for all of our benefit
Fantastic senior management team
They care about all the staff passionately which has shown through during these tough times we are currently in ..
Bitter people who have left posting negative reviews of the company
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing - driving us forward - Ignore the contemptible reviews of former staff who very clearly were just not up to the job - what kind of person would write such a review during Covid?
Whats wrong with continually having to prove yourself, its what everyone should strive for.
Whats wrong with improving the bottom line, its the very reason we are a strong company during this period of huge uncertainty.
Micro managing - no such thing - its often used as a poor excuse for poor performance - do a good job and prove yourself.
CEO should step aside! the CEO is the very reason we are all here and are a strong resilient company, she set up the company some 25-years ago, in the 90's numpty!
I applied online. I interviewed at Admiral Recruitment (London, England) in November 2018.
I attended two pre interviews that both went well, my own impression and the recruiter. Having looked at previous reviews there were a number of negative comments regarding the CEO, indicating a high turnover of PA’s in the past year. However this had not put me off as I had researched her background, she seemed to be an advocate for working mothers and I was inspired by her drive. After my second pre interview I bumped in to Paula and was introduced, she seemed pleasant enough. The following day I was called and asked if I would come back to meet her for a third interview, I agreed and thought nothing of it. That same evening I was called again to say that Paula did not want to interview me due to my attire. I was wearing a smart grey dress, black tights and black shoes. I had a plain black cardigan over my dress as it had capped sleeves and I was actually quite ill. I was told this was not corporate enough. The lady that interviewed me was literally wearing a dress and tights with no cardigan, so I’m not entirely sure what the difference was. I’ve worked in administration for 15 years, my very first job at 19 being with a HNWI, I have been a PA for solicitors and an in house Barrister and would have been expected to be judged on my CV and not the fact I was wearing a black cardigan. I’d explained during my interview that I had lost 8 stone and a lot of my suits no longer fit as they are too big. As I currently work in the Charity sector I have no need to invest in suits on the basis I MAY have got the job!